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Two couples. One love potion. And a whole lot of mayhem. Henry Stoepel, Earl of Saalfeld has loved Lady May Cottrell since they were children. He’s proposed three times. She hasn’t said no, but she hasn’t said yes. He decides to give it one more try at his friend’s Christmas… Read More
Please note that this story is also included in the Imaginarium House Summer 2019 Collection. Cover image: pixabay.com Read More
Nine women tell their stories of holiday romances in Italy in the 1960’s Read More

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This haiku poem happens to be how the author is feeling about Valentines Day. Read More

Tags: life, holiday, haiku, misc

Reads: 109

Comments: 7

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Dan and Jenny find the perfect cottage for a quiet getaway... Read More
This etheree poem shows us why a guy has given himself no choice but to give his date a quick goodbye kiss on New Years Eve. Read More

Poem / Romance

January 10, 2019

Reads: 133

Comments: 1

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Andrew Marvell ("To His Coy Mistress" - 1681) did it rather better. Read More

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"Ah, I really loved this erotic, tantalising poem, Adam, Thank you for writing it, and I'm so glad I found you! HJ" Read More

NOW WRITING WILL UPLOAD WITHIN 2019 *Cole & Daniels series #4 Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

January 01, 2019

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Comments: 1

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Tags: god, holiday, mom, year, 2019

In this terza rima poem, New Years Eve party guests become shocked by the sight of the host's idea of entertainment. Read More
Throughout the world, there are offices - call centers, for example - that never close, and those working in them (often not paid very much) often feel underappreciated. Still, during the Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord, the spirit of the season can be insistent. Read More

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"Ave"-Latin, typically regarded as a full phrase, in this context as 'hello' or 'hail.' Read More

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This nonet poem happens to be one guy's personal opinion on the scene of a couple kissing under the mistletoe. Read More

Tags: life, holiday, misc, nonet

This haiku poem is one guy's way of answering the question that is the title of this piece. Read More

Tags: life, holiday, haiku, misc

In this nonet poem, a guy discovers that two of his friends had disappeared while he and the rest of the crowd watched the ball drop on New Years Eve. Read More

Tags: life, holiday, misc, nonet

This etheree poem happens to be a woman asking her friend about a dress she's wearing and explaining why. Read More
This sedoka poem happens to be what two girlfriends are saying to each other while enjoying themselves at a New Years Eve party. Read More

Tags: life, holiday, misc, sedoka

This haiku poem is about what the parents are happy about when they sees the kids open their gifts on Christmas Day. Read More

Tags: holiday, haiku, misc

This haiku poem is about how a woman has been able to wake her sleeping prince on Christmas Day. Read More

Tags: love, holiday, haiku, misc

Book / Horror

December 11, 2018

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Comments: 137

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Whiddershear Forest -- no one goes there, do they? Cover designed by Booksie's Markie Bee. https://www.booksie.com/users/markie-bee-223538 Read More
This haiku poem is about what a woman has given her man for a Christmas present. Read More
The author of this 2468 piece shares with us what that person saw on one Christmas Day. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This haiku poem shows us why Santa has to wear a gas mask before flying with the reindeer. Read More

Tags: adult, holiday, haiku, misc

This nonet poem is about what one guy has done to ruin a New Years Eve party for everybody. Read More
The author of this haiku poem shares with us one of the problems with those DIY Christmas cards. Read More

Tags: life, holiday, haiku, misc

Poem / Poetry

December 07, 2018

Reads: 80

Comments: 1

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Waking up. What will you find? Read More
The title of this 12345 piece happens to be what a woman is saying to her lover. Read More
The author of this double etheree poem has a sudden encounter at a party that he thought is becoming dull. Read More
Dedicated to Agnes Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away on March 6, 2013. Read More
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